NO FAMILY IS UNTOUCHED BY THE CURRENT PANDEMIC. EVENTS THAT PIERCE TO SOCIETIES CORE OFTEN HAVE A SECONDARY EFFECT THOUGH, AND ONE OF THE BEST IS THAT MOST AMERICAN OF ALL TRAITS, NEIGHBOR HELPING NEIGHBOR.
IS THE SNOWMOBILE ASSOCIATION HELPING ORV RIDERS, OR HELPING THEMSELVES?
Trail sharing between different user groups is usually not a problem except when one group decides they need to limit the use of the other trail users. The Michigan Snowmobile Association recently decided to pursue exactly that policy by shutting down ORV use to what they deem appropriate. If you’re a Michigan rider who wants to retain trail access it’s up to you to stop them. The choice is this; Protect your investment and your right to ride, or lose trail access.
ABC Television’s Wide World of Sports began every broadcast with amazing video (Who could forget the agony of defeat skier Vinko Bogataj?), but also with the words, “Spanning the globe”. Argo could say the same.Known far and wide for their water and marshland loving line o
Yamaha has never been a company to sit on their laurels when it comes to being involved in the very things that ensure the motorsports industry will have a continued and stable future. After a very successful event in 2009, the employees at Yamaha Motor Corp, based in Cypress, CA, once again came together with volunteers and officials from the San Bernardino National Forest (SBNF) to do their part in helping to preserve the riding areas in this very popular recreation area just north of Los Angeles.